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A must for all Sarah Brightman fans!
on 9 January 2004
"Trees They Grow So High" is Sarah Brightmans fist solo album, released in 1988. It consists of 19 delightful Folksongs arranged by Benjamin Britten (1913-1976).
Ms. Brightman is accopanied by only a piano (played by Geoffrey Parsons), so the listner is treated to Sarah's pure, crystaline voice.
It is a very different album from Sarah's more recent albums, and it is delightful to her her "younger" voice.
The songs that I most enjoy on the album are:
"Early one morning" and "The last rose of summer" Sarah sings them with such perfect clarity and sweetness.
The album comes with a large booklet with lyrcs and French translations.
"Trees They Grow So High" is a must-have for anyone who enjoyes peaceful, easy -listening music. Sarah's clear diction makes this album a real treat! A wonderful addition to any Sarah Brightman or music-lover's colletion!!
Another beautiful album by Sarah Brightman is "Time to say Goodbye"